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I Got Accepted!

  1. 1 YES! GOD is amazing! I received my letter today and got accepted into the 2-year Associate Nursing Program! Well, I still got to have a drug test, physical, and vaccines record, and a background check. I am a tooty good pants and have no criminal history or never did any drugs in my life. I also applied to the LPN just in case if I didn't get into this program. But I won't know if I got into that program until next week. Then I have to debate the pros and cons, which program I want to go into. Any advice?!?
  2. 9 Comments

  3. Visit  kelzfuturenurse profile page
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    First off, congratulations on getting into nursing school! If you know you want to eventually be an RN then I would stick with the 2yr program. If it is feasible, of course. If there are factors that make you question your decision then write down your pros and cons, pray about it, and make a decision from there! Good luck with your nursing journey!
  4. Visit  Endowed profile page
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  5. Visit  Miiki profile page
    #3 1

    I agree with the PP. If you want to eventually be an RN, you might as well get it done.
  6. Visit  prettymica profile page
    #4 0
    Congrats to you
  7. Visit  SopranoKris profile page
    #5 2

    I'd personally stick with the 2-year RN program.
  8. Visit  __patiently_waiting profile page
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  9. Visit  MiGab profile page
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    I would go to the RN program. If you go to the LPN program and want to be a RN in the future you will have to take the boards twice.
  10. Visit  AM326 profile page
    #8 0
    Congrats lady!!!! <3
  11. Visit  msnursecp profile page
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    Thanks everyone! I got my acceptance letter to the LPN program and I decided to go with the RN! It's more expensive but I think I can handle it!